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  1. The original alignment machine? Very nice!
  2. https://goo.gl/images/KR6sBk I wish I figured this out before. It's a picture of your tool. Thanks for posting
  3. It's a grinder attachment for a bench grinder. It attaches where the standard tool rest does. You can clamp a straight blade in it and turn the knob to move the blade across the wheel. Works good for ...
  4. You can see some beautiful lovelock London coffee grinders on eBay!
  5. Ok! Looking forward to it
  6. It looks pretty cool but kind of hard to tell where your item starts and stops. Maybe a picture of the bottom showing the grinder mechanism? Any numbers or letters?
  7. Are you still out there, cairnwoods?
  8. Here is a picture of your item! https://goo.gl/images/M2bqKv A friend if mine,Dick the retired farmer have me the tip. It took a while searching for wire fence puller but I finally found one. I saw ot...
  9. Handy tool and brass is always nice!
  10. Center finder for round stock. The scale would tell the diameter.
  11. Have great day too Izenglish and drfran. Thanks for the interesting and informational posts!
  12. Great ID Izenglish! You swept the field on this one! I had no ID...
  13. Is there any large o-rings around? Could be an o-ring installation tool. O-rings would be loaded on straight pipe using the cone. Cone removed and fitting inserted in pipe and o-rings rolled off pipe ...
  14. You are encouraging me to do my homework Izenglish!lol I did see that The Dunhill Carbon Cutter made in Austria is made of steel, some said stainless or nickle plated. I also found some made by A. Dun...
  15. Good reasoning as always Izenglish. Would work as a citrus reamer but also a pipe reamer. Google Dunhill Carbon Cutter....very nice item AccordionBen
  16. Curious tool that I keep looking at....I am seeing cheese knives with curved blades and saw teeth on one side that remind me of it. Just a thought...
  17. Thanks for weighing in Antiquerose. I should have replied sooner! Won't happen again
  18. Thanks. You too. My second guess would be a honey Dipper....
  19. I see no one has guessed so I thought I would. If the end has a magnet some how inside I would think canning lid wand. I wouldn't think wood would(I would have said that different but didn't know how)...
  20. Looks like a valve lapping tool. Suction cup holds valve while spinning back and forth with hands. Lapping compound is applied between valve and seat. Mine has a wooden handle. Concrete might have bee...
  21. It was fun and I learned alot....
  22. Thanks for submitting this photo Bill. It is a very cool tool. The pictures on Google of people using it are very interesting.
  23. I think I got lucky! Roof Thatcher's needle. I don't know how to include picture so you will have to Google it.
  24. Pin and bushing punches don't have beveled ends. They would tend to flare out bushings and roll pins. Swedging or swaging does that mean these are dies? How do you pull them back out? I think they are...
  25. Looks like what passes for lava rock in our Jenn-Aire electric grill insert. It has two...
  26. I call this solved! Thanks UncleRon. I googled it and saw two like this one. This is a great site. Thanks everyone for your ideas.
  27. Thanks Izenglish...The pin is part of the handle casting. One piece and the end is flat. The sixth picture from the top on the right looks like a very possible....
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